Roman provincial coinage

Project team

Partners

  • Bibliothèque nationale de France (joint project leader), M. Michel Amandry
  • Professor Ian Carradice, University of St Andrews
  • Professor Pere Pau Ripolles, University of València
  • Professor Christopher Howgego and Dr V. Heuchert, University of Oxford, Ashmolean Museum
  • M. Anthony Hostein, University Paris Sorbonne-Paris I,
  • Mme Maguerite Spoerri Butcher, Beirut
  • Dr. William E. Metcalf, Yale University
  • M. Edoardo Levante, Paris

Supported by

  • (Arts and) Humanities Research Board

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The project seeks to reconstruct, contextualise and interpret the coinage produced in the Roman provinces, from the death of Julius Caesar (44 BC) to the reign of Diocletian (AD 284-305).

The project aims to provide a reliable and full reconstruction of Roman provincial coinage by collecting material from 10 international ‘core collections’, supplemented by much material from private collections and auction catalogues. It will contextualise the reconstruction in terms of Roman imperial and local histories, while exploring the balance between central and local control.

Publications

  • A. Burnett, M. Amandry, P.P. Ripolles, Roman Provincial Coinage, vol. I (The Julio-Claudians) (London, British Museum Press and Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1992), (reprinted with corrections 1999, reprinted 2006)
  • A. Burnett, M. Amandry, I. Carradice, Roman Provincial Coinage, vol. II (The Flavians) (London, British Museum Press and Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1999)
  • A. Burnett, M. Amandry, P.P. Ripolles, Roman Provincial Coinage, supplement I (London, British Museum Press and Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1999)
  • A. Burnett, M. Amandry, P.P. Ripolles, I. Carradice, Roman Provincial Coinage, supplement II (www.uv.es/=ripolles/rpc_s2), (2006)
  • M. Amandry and A. Burnett, Roman Provincial Coinage III: Nerva, Trajan and Hadrian (AD 96–138), London, British Museum Press, 2015
  • Hostein and J. Mairat, Roman Provincial Coinage IX: From Trajan Decius to Uranius Antoninus (AD 249–254), London, British Museum Press, 2016
  • M. Spoerri Butcher, Roman Provincial Coinage, vol. VII.1 (Gordien I à Gordien III, Province d’Asie) (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France and London, British Museum Press and Press, 2006)
  • V. Heuchert, C. Howgego, Roman Provincial Coinage, vol. IV (The Antonines) Online catalogue rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk [Roman provincial coinage online]
  • And many articles in referred journals.